He's back: Romney emerges from seclusion, but return to national spotlight may be short-lived

  • Article by: STEVE PEOPLES and KEN THOMAS , Associated Press
  • Updated: March 2, 2013 - 11:07 PM
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boris123Mar. 2, 13 8:46 AM

Can we take a Mulligan on the November election? Obama take them all the time...

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citypersonMar. 2, 1311:09 AM

It really matters not what Republican is in front of the media. The Republican lot now, Christie included, can do nothing to help the party. America doesn't want Christie or any other Republican surrogate. They best get the country together and stop hoping for a chosen one to lead them. Their message is pure ilk. It doesn't matter the messenger.

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jastkeMar. 2, 1311:59 AM

This shows not only how superficial the Republican support was for Romney but also how off-target the Republican platform was and is.

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comment229Mar. 2, 1312:31 PM

This article may have been important to some people, but not many. The members of the tea party cannot stand a loser, and 47% of Americans really don't care if Romney never surfaces again.

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wingophersMar. 2, 13 6:39 PM

America and especially his home state Massachusetts owes Mitt Romney a debt of gratitude for passing his healthcare bill which became the model for the National Affordable Healthcare Act by President Obama. Romney ought to be proud. He ran a good race but lost. Romney has nothing to be ashamed.

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groover6Mar. 2, 13 6:59 PM

Too bad "real change" did not take place in November. Currently - no hope and little change.

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usa2012Mar. 2, 13 7:22 PM

This article makes it out that his life is so dismally depressing he's having a hard time to get out of the funk. With $250,000,000.00 still in the bank and growing, let's hold no prayer vigils for the Romney's, they're doing just fine. The only loser here was the American people.

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zekefaxMar. 2, 13 7:39 PM

"Too bad "real change" did not take place in November. Currently - no hope and little change." ------ You're right, we still have a Republican controlled house and yes they are hopeless!!

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workforit1Mar. 2, 13 9:05 PM

Mr. Romney is a good man. That was the problem, he was too good a man to be in politics. It takes a special bread to run for office and survive. It is a complement to Mr. Romney that he does not fit this mold.

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avejoeconMar. 2, 13 9:22 PM

Mitt Romney a debt of gratitude for passing his healthcare bill which became the model for the National Affordable Healthcare Act by President Obama. ------------------, except for all those 21 new taxes that Obamacare puts on the american people!!!

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